Bed bug extermination with guaranteed eradication of bed bugs from hotels, guesthouses, care homes and residential properties. We provide a 24/7 service with a free no obligation quote.
We’re specialists in pest control and management services across the UK, offering a guaranteed elimination of bed bugs using industry-leading equipment and techniques.
Bed bugs are a nuisance problem that can be difficult to eradicate. They can cause serious health issues and have been linked to skin conditions and asthma, which if you're a hotelier or business owner, could put your business' reputation at risk. Our bed bug pest control service has one of the highest eradication rates in the industry. Our expert technicians can quickly remove all traces of bedbugs, regardless of their life stage, using our chemical-free heat treatments.
Being upper-tier license carriers, we can dispose of infected furnishings, such as whole beds, mattresses, linen, even infected sofas, for a complete and comprehensive service. Our technicians are BPCA accredited and are available 24/7 to help minimise disruption to your business operations and organisation's activities.
We eradicate bed bugs and control pests in hotels, B&B’s, Airbnb’s, cruise ships, care & nursing homes, hospitals, boarding schools, halls of residence, hostels, offices, cinemas and many more places.
100% Successful removal of bed bugs
Our comprehensive bed bug treatment, not only eliminates all traces of bed bugs but also includes waste removal and cleaning. Our service includes;
- 100% Eradication of bed bugs using heat & chemical treatments
- Removal & disposal of furnishings and other objects that are untreatable
- Decontamination and full cleaning services are available
- Site risk assessment
- Free, no-obligation quote
- Fast response
- 24/7 call-outs
100% elimination with heat treatments
Our heat treatment reduces the number of chemical solutions needed for bed bug control.
Heat treatment works by raising the temperature of a room to 48°C for 90 minutes, or, where possible, 50°C, where all life stages of the bed bug die immediately.
Working for multi-national, national and independent companies, governmental and non-governmental organisations, our experience spans agencies, commercial, emergency services, education, factories, food, film and TV, healthcare, hospitality, industrial, leisure, local authorities, manufacturing, property & retail.
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Frequently asked questions
Why do we control bed bugs?
Bed bugs are an uncomfortable nuance more so than a high health hazard. Whilst most people respond to bed bug bites with only mild reactions, some show red stinging patches on their hair or skin. Itchy bites may result in severe inflammation and with excessive scratching symptoms may escalate. With broken skin comes the risk of infections that could cause a severe illness or whilst unlikely, even a fatal injury. Bed bugs may also cause significant distress and adversely affect mental health such as disrupting sleep patterns or increasing depression.
How do I know I have bed bugs?
Bed bugs are nocturnal, which means they're active at night. You may notice small brownish pinprick like dots in your bed which is bed bug faeces, if there's a large infestation then you may notice a subtle berry-like smell. Unfortunately, that odour is also the excrement of a bed bug. You may even see the tiny bed bugs themselves in amongst your bed linen. However, the biggest sign that you have a bed bug problem is when you begin to notice a bed bug bite which shows as rashes and bite marks on your skin. Bed bug bites usually appear on areas on the side of the chest. Checking with your fingers and wrists is a good idea as you may see small red spots in these areas.
What needs to be done before bed bug treatment?
To effectively eliminate bed bugs we recommend deep cleaning all affected items, including the pillow, linen, mattress, headboard soft furnishings near the infected site, clean the floorboards or carpet directly beneath and adjacent to the bed. Likewise, if the bed bug infestation is particularly bad then you should consider deep cleaning the whole room, from inside drawers, wardrobes and clothes. Whilst cleaning it's also important to avoid moving a person, soft furnishing, or potentially infected objects from room to room as this reduces the spread of bed bug contaminants further.
Are your bed bug extermination technicians accredited?
Yes, all of our technicians are fully trained and accredited by the BPCA (British Pest Control Association) and the NPTA (National Pest Technicians Association). The BPCA have strict criteria for membership, requiring accredited members to be assessed via an 18-month on-site audit where their practises are thoroughly reviewed.
What are the risks of bed bug infestation?
Bed bugs are not known to carry diseases but they can cause skin rashes and other allergic reactions. As a result, it is important to hire a bed bug extermination professional as soon as you notice any bed bugs.
What does bed bug excrement look like?
Bed bug faecal matter appears as clusters of small spots in your bedding. The waste is basically digested blood, so they'll no longer be red but more of a brownish colour.
Do bed bug infestations smell?
Only when there's a large cluster or bed bug infestation is it possible to notice their presence by smell. It’s a musty, sweet smell, similar to berries.
How do you get bed bugs?
Bed bugs are often unknowingly transferred from one place to another via the insect hitching a ride on people's clothing and bedding. They can infest beds, bed linen, pillows and other soft furnishings.
What do bed bug eggs look like?
A bed bug's life cycle begins as an egg, off-white in colour and whilst it resembles a grain of rice it's actually much smaller at approximately 1mm in length. Females lay between one to five eggs each day and as they live for between 12 to 18 months a female bed bug can lay anywhere between 200 and 500 eggs during her lifetime.
Laid singly or in clusters, the eggs hatch within 7-10 days and the newly hatched bed bugs begin immediately to feed. A lesser-known fact about bed bugs is that they can also drink your tears and sweat.
Whilst bed bugs won't burrow into your skin like a tick, bed bug extermination is important because bed bugs can cause major health problems to people that are sensitive to their bites.
What is a bed bug?
Bed bugs are small, brownish, flattened insects that feed on the blood of people and animals. Adult bed bugs are about 1/4 inch long, but they can grow to 3/8 inch long.